Title: Modeling the Scale Dependent Drivers of LCLU Dynamics in Northeastern Ecuador: Simulating Patterns of Landscape Change and Assessing their Cause and Consequence through Multi-Level Models and Cellular Automata

Principal Investigators: (Current and Past)
Richard E. Bilsborrow (US-PI) 
Mario Garcia (SA-PI) 
Rosanna Manosalvas (SA-PI) 
Galo Medina (SA-PI) 
Alicia Ruiz (SA-PI) 
Stephen J. Walsh (US-PI)

Instructions:

Please review the following pages summarizing the relationship between your team's publications and datasets.

  1. This list of publications attributed to your investigation is based on publications in the peer-reviewed primary scientific literature that you reported via annual reports and proposals, and are a product of your LBA-ECO investigation. If you have additional peer-reviewed publications not listed here, that are a product of your LBA-ECO research, please send the reference to lbaeco_pubs@mail.lbaeco.org.
     
  2. This list of datasets is based on metadata provided by your team using the LBA Metadata Editor (LME). If you need any assistance creating metadata for datasets not yet described, please contact Merilyn Gentry (mgentry2@utk.edu).
     
  3. The matrix shows your reported publications (on column headings referenced by letter) and datasets (on row labels referenced by number). Linkage between publications and datasets was performed by your team with the help of the LBA-ECO Project Office staff. All publications should have datasets; not all datasets necessarily are associated with publications yet. Any publications without datasets are shaded in gray. Please attend to these soon. Contact Merilyn Gentry (mgentry2@utk.edu) if you need assistance.
     
  4. Publications highlighted in yellow are special issues.
     

1. LBA-ECO Publications for LC-01

1. Messina JP, Walsh SJ. (2001) 2.5D Morphogenesis: modeling landuse and landcover dynamics in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Plant Ecology, 156, 75-88. [Pub ID # 38 ]
2. Bian L, Walsh SJ. (2002) Characterizing and modeling landscape dynamics: An introduction. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 68, 999-1000. [Pub ID # 691 ]
3. Fox J, Rindfuss RRWSJ, Mishra V. People and the Environment: Approaches for Linking Household and Community Surveys to Remote Sensing and GIS., p. 319, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 2003. [Pub ID # 300 ]
4. Rindfuss RR, Walsh SJ, Mishra V, Fox J, Dolcemascolo GP. Linking Households and Remotely Sensed Data: Methodological and Practical Problems, in People and the Environment: Approaches for Linking Household and Community Surveys to Remote Sensing and GIS, edited by Fox JRRRWSJMV, pp. 1-29, Lluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 2003. [Pub ID # 301 ]
5. Walsh SJ, Bilsborrow RE, McGregor RE, Frizzelle BG, Messina JP, Pan WKT, Crews-Meyer KA, Taff GN, Baquero FD. Integration of Longitudinal Surveys, Remote Sensing Time-Series, and Spatial Analyses: Approaches for Linking People and Places., in People and the Environment: Approaches for Linking Household and Community Surveys to Remote Sensing and GIS, edited by Fox JRRRWSJMV, pp. 91-130, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 2003. [Pub ID # 302 ]
6. Walsh SJ, Welsh WF. (2003) Approaches for Linking People, Place and Environment for Human Dimensions Research. GeoCarto International, 18, 51-61. [Pub ID # 303 ]
7. Pan WKY, Walsh SJ, Bilsborrow RE, Frizzelle BG, Erlien CM, Baquero F. (2004) Farm-level models of spatial patterns of land use and land cover dynamics in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 101, 117-134. [Pub ID # 397 ]
8. Quattrochi DAWSJ, Jensen JR, Ridd MK. Remote Sensing: Prospects, Challenges, and Emergent Opportunities, in Geography in America at the Dawn of the 21st Century, edited by Gaile GL and Willmott CJ, pp. 376-416, Oxford University Press, 2004. [Pub ID # 515 ]
9. Rindfuss RR, Turner II BL, Entwisle B, Walsh SJ. Land Cover/Use and Population, in Land Change Science: Observing, Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth\'s Surface, edited by Gutman G, Springer Publishers, 2004. [Pub ID # 516 ]
10. Rindfuss RR, Walsh SJ, Turner BL, Fox J, Mishra V. (2004) Developing a science of land change: Challenges and methodological issues. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101, 13976-13981. [Pub ID # 513 ]
11. Rindfuss RR, Walsh SJ, Turner II BL, Moran EF, Entwisle B. Linking Pixels and Pixels, in Land Change Science: Observing, Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth\'s Surface, edited by Gutman G, Springer Publishers, 2004. [Pub ID # 517 ]
12. Walsh SJ, Crews-Meyer KA, Crawford TWWWF. Population and Environment Interactions: Spatial Considerations in Landscape Characterization and Modeling, in Scale and Geographic Inquiry: Nature, Society, and Method, edited by Sheppard E and McMaster RB, pp. 41-65, Blackwell Publishers, 2004. [Pub ID # 518 ]
13. Walsh SJ, Evans TP, Turner II BL. Population-Environment Interactions with an Emphasis on LULC Dynamics and the Role of Technology, in Geography and TEchnology, edited by Brunn SD, Cutter SL and Harrington JJW, pp. 491-519, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004. [Pub ID # 519 ]
14. Walsh SJ, Messina JP, Zonn L. Deforestation of the Ecuadorian Amazon: Characterizing Patterns and Associated Drivers of Change, in World Minds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems, edited by Janelle DG, Warf B and Hansen K, pp. 299-304, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004. [Pub ID # 520 ]
15. Barbieri AF, Carr DL. (2005) Gender-specific out-migration, deforestation and urbanization in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Global and Planetary Change, 47, 99-110. [Pub ID # 688 ]
16. Frizzelle BG, Walsh SJ, Mena CF, Erlien CM. (2005) Land Use Change Patterns of Colonists and Indigenous Groups in the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon: A Comparison of Landsat TM Spectral and Spatial Analyses. . [Pub ID # 987 ]
17. Messina JP, Walsh SJ. (2005) Dynamic Spatial Simulation Modeling of the Population-Environment Matrix in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 32, 835-856. [Pub ID # 986 ]
18. Pan WKY, Bilsborrow RE. (2005) The use of a multilevel statistical model to analyze factors influencing land use: a study of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Global and Planetary Change, 47, 232-252. [Pub ID # 660 ]
19. Mena CF, Bilsborrow RE, McClain ME. (2006) Socioeconomic drivers of deforestation in the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon. Environmental Management, 37, 802-815. [Pub ID # 689 ]

2. LBA-ECO Datasets for LC-01

Datasets

1. LBA-ECO LC-01 City, Community, and Road Maps, Northern Ecuadorian Amazon: 1990-2002
2. LBA-ECO LC-01 Detailed Plot Data for Fincas (farms) from the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon 1999 Household Survey
3. LBA-ECO LC-01 Household and Finca GPS Data from the 1999 Northern Ecuadorian Amazon Household Survey
4. LBA-ECO LC-01 Hydrography, Morphology, Edaphology Maps, Northern Ecuadorian Amazon
5. LBA-ECO LC-01 Landsat MSS, TM, ETM+ Imagery, Northern Ecuadorian Amazon: 1973-2002
6. LBA-ECO LC-01 Landsat TM Land Use/Land Cover, Northern Ecuadorian Amazon: 1986-1999
7. LBA-ECO LC-01 National, Provincial, and Park Boundaries, Ecuador
8. LBA-ECO LC-01 Northern Ecuadorian Amazon Household Surveys, Summary Results: 1999
9. LBA-ECO LC-01 SRTM 90-Meter Digital Elevation Model, Northern Ecuadorian Amazon
10. LBA-ECO LC-01 Topographic Data for Intensive Study Areas, Northern Ecuadorian Amazon


3. Matrix of Publications / Datasets for LC-01
  • NDE = No Datasets Expected with this publication.

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